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What is the best way to OC My ram

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I cant find any way to OC my ram on my mobo. Can It be done with software?
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Your CPU's speed is directly tied to your RAM speed since they share the same bus. As you raise your CPU clock speed your RAM will directly follow.
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For example, if your fsb is 200 and your divider is 1:1 (400) then the ram will run at 200mhz (times 2 for ddr is ddr400). If you up you fsb to say 250 with the same divider then the ram is at 250, or ddr500.
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unlike mine, pc3200 runs at 400mhz. my pc 2700 runs at 333mhz. i have to run a divider even without overclocking
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cant complain..
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